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Glider GL1 Capo

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MSRP: $29.95 $19.99 Save : $9.96 (33%)
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3.5

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No screws, clamps, or rubber bands to slow you down. With the touch of your thumb, you sail The Glider up or down the fingerboard! Keep playing through seamless key changes. No take off required! If you're not using it, just glide it over the nut! Say Good-bye to tuning problems. The Glider's Equi-Glide dual tensioning system levels the capo for even pressure on the neck so YOU STAY IN TUNE, period.

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Model GL1

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GliderGL1 Capo
 
3.5

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5.0

I think this capo is great

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from Cincinnati, OH

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Pros

  • Easy to change frets
  • Extremely Stable
  • Holds pitch
  • Uniform across strings

Cons

  • None really

Best Uses

  • Use it for everything

Comments about Glider GL1 Capo:

I'm on this website to buy 2 more of these, one for each of my Santa Cruz's (OM and VA) and my new Lowden. My glide works equally well on all 3. I used the G7 (until I lost it somewhere) and the guy at the local music store recommended it. I was skeptical. No more. It's really smart. However, I wouldn't leave it on the instrument when not playing it.

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2.0

more lows than highs...

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from Lincoln, ME

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Pros

  • convenient

Cons

  • Bends strings
  • Leaves a black mark
  • Poor performance

Best Uses

  • Don't

Comments about Glider GL1 Capo:

It's simple to operate and well made. As it rolls it has a tendancy to not roll strait and thus bends the strings. Rolling resistance is somewhat challenging. Leaves a blackmark on the nut after a while which may hurt resale if you have a high end acoustic like mine.(that made me mad) Over all I wouldn't purchase this capo as there are better alternatives that are cheaper.

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